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    T T D T Y I S #1 High Pressure Laminate

    Things They Don't Teach You In School

    When cutting High Pressure Laminate (HPL) on a table saw, raise the blade to about two inches. Even though the HPL is less than 1/16" (1 MM) thick, the higher blade elevation prevents the sheet of HPL from walking over the top of the blade.
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    T T D T Y I S #2 High Pressure Laminate

    Things They Don't Teach You In School

    Before using a "J" roller to attach the High Pressure Laminate (HPL) to the substrate, mark the approximate edge of the substrate on the HPL. A simple pencil line showing the edge of the substrate is a guide when using the "J" roller. The "J" roller can crack the HPL if too much pressure is applied to the HPL beyond the substrate.
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